HydraTech Opens Houston Office

Press Release
Friday, April 19, 2013

The new sales office is stocked with pipeline remediation products to facilitate quicker service to HydraTech’s oil & gas industry customers in the Gulf region.

“Today, our most popular product in the Gulf region is our HydraWrap®,” said Peter Blais, President of HydraTech. “When our Gulf customers need a pipeline repaired, they require immediate service. With our new Houston office location, we’ll be better able to respond to their urgent calls for the remediation of a leaking pipeline.”

HydraWrap® is an ultra-strong carbon fiber composite material that resists chemicals and corrosion and is ideal for use on repairing small or large pipeline above or below ground or underwater. The repair system can be installed rapidly so as to minimize downtime. Full physical properties develop within 24 hours. Engineered to ASME Standards, the Hydrawrap® product line is ABS design approved.

HydraWrap ® is just one system in a line of pipe remediation products by HydraTech Engineered Products. The company specializes in engineered products & services which provide trenchless pipe remediation to industrial, municipal, marine and pipeline markets on both a national and global level.

More detailed information, technical data and case studies for all HydraTech’s products can be obtained here.


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